I was going to put this post into my PORK SUGO post but I think this applies across the board to any pasta cookery at home. This guy is short and sweet, but extremely useful if you ever find yourself cooking pasta.
I used to work for Hillstone Restaurant Group. My friend’s step-dad Rob, aka “Handsome Rob” (for some reason he was always nicknamed that), was obsessed with their key lime pie. He said it was the best he’s ever tried. Read More
Avocado Toast has become as prominent as green juice, acai bowls, and #BAE in Los Angeles. There are 100 of variations with just a smashed avocado and a little salt on crusty Lodge country bread being my go-to. Read More
There is something so simple and satisfying about roasted chicken. It’s such a versatile dish too. It can be a weeknight dinner for 4, a special occasion dat night broken down into courses, or a hands-off entree for entertaining. You can use the leftovers for salads and the bones for stocks and soups. Read More
This recipe has a few components but it’s really simple. There’s something really satisfying about making something yourself, especially with American classics that normally come out of a jars and packages. This recipe is a great way to impress friends or guests. And since you can make these ahead, you won’t have to stress out about plating your dessert at the end of a meal. Read More